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ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES Mabuhay! Welcome to our archipelago of 7,641 islands where there are endless beaches, lively and fashionable cities, smouldering volcanoes, and underwater wonderlands waiting to be discovered. ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES The Philippines is located east of Vietnam and north of Indonesia and is composed of 7,641 islands which can be divided into three main island groups: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Some islands have become bustling cosmopolitan cities, such as the capital Manila, Cebu and Davao. While others such as Siargao and Leyte are more remote and tropical, offering something for every type of traveller. When it comes to natural beauty, the Philippines is the place to be. With our extensive mountain ranges, most-diverse reef system, 600 species of birds and coastline of more than 15,000 kilometres, ...Read more
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  • 10 Mar 22

    NEWS
    Philippines hopes to open borders to all foreign tourists
    The Philippines hopes to extend its open border policy to all travellers next month. Currently, ...Read more
  • 04 Mar 22

    TRAINING | COMPETITION
    Philippines Specialist
      WHY CHOOSE THE PHILIPPINES?   The Philippines’ gorgeous white-sand beaches, stunning scenery, naturally carved ...Read more
  • 13 Feb 22

    NEWS
    Free booster shots for tourists in Boracay
    With the Philippines open again to foreign travellers, island hotspot Boracay hopes to lure tourists ...Read more
  • 21 Nov 21

    NEWS
    Philippines prepping for tourism reopening
    The Philippines is preparing to reopen to fully vaccinated tourists coming from select countries. It ...Read more
  • 02 Nov 21

    Partner News
    Discover 8 Of The Most Romantic Philippines Destinations
      The Philippines Department of Tourism highlights these destinations that offer the best sights and ...Read more
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